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|ECN 3810: Development Economics|
|Prerequisite: ECN 2101 or 2102. An introduction to the economic transformation of developing countries and communities. Challenges to development addressed may include the absence of markets, market failure, health and credit constraints, human development, income distribution and inequality, population and migration, and human rights, as well as challenges unique to urban versus rural economies. Macroeconomic theories of growth and economic development will be introduced and anaylzed as sustainable conduits for economic development. Content of course will vary every other year. May be repeated for credit 1 time.|
|McKenna Hall 118
McKenna Hall 118
||30 open seats
|Restrictions: Business Administration, Economics, Global Development Studies majors only. Freshman students are excluded.
Attributes: Ways of Engaging, Writing "W" Course, Upper-Division